The $100 million Hull McKnight Georgia Cyber Center for Innovation and Training is the single largest investment in a cybersecurity facility by a state government to date. Currently under construction in Augusta, Georgia, the center is a unique public/private partnership among academia, state and federal government, law enforcement, the U.S. Army and the private sector. 

With the U.S. cybersecurity labor shortage predicted to hit a half-million or more unfilled jobs by 2021, the Georgia Cyber Center will train the next generation of professionals through education and real-world practice and support innovative companies focused on technology to strengthen online defenses.

The center includes two adjacent buildings totaling 332,000 square feet and features a cutting-edge cyber range, a 340-seat auditorium, secure briefing space, an incubator/accelerator to foster innovation and entrepreneurship, classrooms and access to the popular Augusta Riverwalk.

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